Working at Charlton Park Academy
Charlton Park Academy Trust’s aim is to become the Employer of Choice and to support staff by developing their career within our specialist area.
We aim to develop and support other SEN and mainstream schools by:
- developing our SEN outreach services.
- supporting young people with additional needs to achieve their aspirations, academically and emotionally.
- providing staff with training to support students and develop their career.
- improving staff wellbeing.
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Midday Meals Supervisor
Charlton Park Academy is currently recruiting for Midday Meals Supervisors. This is a part time position, term time only and the hours will be approx. 10.15am or 10.45– 13:45pm working 5 days a week, Monday to Friday.
This position is to assist with any deliveries, organising, heating up, food preparation, serving, washing up, using kitchen machinery, cleaning, and tidying up that is needed for the smooth, safe and hygienic running of the school kitchen. The successful candidate will have a very friendly positive attitude and flexible approach to work, fitting in and helping where needed and being willing to step in and step up and cover for colleagues in the event of absence.
Ideally, in applying for this post you will have: High standards of work ethic and self-motivation. Awareness of and keen interest in healthy eating and nutritional information. High standards of personal presentation, punctuality, professional standards & teamwork. Empathetic to social, emotional & physical needs of all children. Very good interpersonal and organisational skills. You will be expected to undertake any necessary training related to this role as and when requested by the Principal. Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Previous experience or qualifications gained within a school kitchen or similar environment would be beneficial and advantageous.
Point 1 – £11.32 an hour – Term Time Only
Sessional Health or Social Care Worker
Health and Social Care workers are required to support individual young people. These positions will be part of the expansion of current services on offer at Charlton Park Academy.
HLTA/Specialist Staff for Highly Specialist Provision
We are seeking positive, hardworking, diligent and trustworthy people that will help us make a difference for the life outcomes of young people, all of whom have complex and severe learning conditions and disabilities. They need someone Special too – does this describe you?
We are especially looking for keen, enthusiastic people with a zest for life, interested in extending their current skills and knowledge and who want to become experts in our sector. We require people who can adapt their current knowledge/skills/interests/training to a new special context. We are improving upon our rich offer for our high-need students and we want people who can willingly bring themselves to the party. We have some incredibly creative and wonderful staff and want them to have flexible intelligent colleagues to enhance the life chances of all our community.
Pay range for full time all year round ranges for HLTA from £21,591 to £28,215. These posts are pro rata for 39 weeks a year term time only.
New scale points are from 5-20, depending upon knowledge, qualifications, and experience. £11.83 – £15.46
Please let Linda Charlesworth at firstname.lastname@example.org which specific post you are interested in and we will send you details of the post.
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National Citizen Service (NCS)
Assistant Wave Leader
Overview of role: Deliver a high quality inclusive and accessible National Citizenship Service (NCS) programme; identify, and find solutions to barriers preventing a young person from fully engaging with the programme and support them to ingrate into a team; maintain proper levels of participant safety, discipline and welfare.
Full details here: Support Worker 2020.pdf